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In this issue... GERTRUDE STEIN does her surrealistic thing,  while RADCLYFFE HALL and VITA SACKVILLE-WEST get romantic.  WILLA CATHER wraps things up with The Bohemian Girl.
Topics: Gertrude Stein, Radclyffe Hall, Vita Sackville-West, Willa Cather, lesbian lit, bisexual, romance,...
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The Measure was one of a number of early 20th Century literary magazines which focused on poetry.  Numerous later legends were first published in its pages, including Hart Crane, Max Bodenheim, and Wallace Stevens.  All of the contents of this collection were published before 1923.
Topics: poetry, little magazine, early 20th century, Hart Crane
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PD POETRY - FEBRUARY 2017 DAFFODILS, by William Wordsworth LILIES IN THE FIRE, by D. H. Lawrence ANTIQUE, by Djuna Barnes COURT LADY STANDING UNDER A PLUM TREE, by John Gould Fletcher I SEEK A WILD STAR, by Louis Golding FATHER, FATHER ABRAHAM, by James Weldon Johnson HIKER AT MIDNIGHT, by Carl Sandburg BEETHOVEN, by Sidney Lanier ARTIFICIAL LIGHT, by Elinor Jenkins FORSAKEN, by John Drinkwater DOUBLE-RED DAISIES, by Robert Graves I BE THINKIN', by Marguerite Radclyffe Hall THE INDIA WHARF, by...
Topics: poetry, history, African-American, Abraham Lincoln, romance, love, John Gould Fletcher, Sara...
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In this issue... International works from France, Russia, Sweden, and Belgium.
Topics: Prosper Merrimee, Anton Chekhov, Schnitzler, Belgian poets, Materlinck, short stories
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In this issue.... A MAUPASSANT story Poetry by BODENHEIM WILKINS' touch of the supernatural Sci-fi from MORRISON Audio-book version included.
Topics: Maupassant, Mary E Wilkins, Maxwell Bodenheim, William Morrison, satire, fantasy, poetry, New York,...
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In this issue... CHARLES STODDARD recounts native men of the Pacific, WILLA CATHER profiles Walt Whitman and Henry James, W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM talks about roadside scenes in Andalusia, ending with a profile of Paul Verlaine by STEFAN ZWEIG.
Topics: Non-fiction, Pacific islanders, Willa Cather, Charles Stoddard, literary criticism, Andalusia, W....
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In this issue... ROBERT BARR from a steamer chair a tale of India from RABINDRANATH TAGORE INTERNATIONAL POETRY and sci-fi from FANNY GREYE LA SPINA
Topics: Short stories, India, science fiction, tourism, poetry, romance, Rabindranath Tagore, Amy Lowell,...
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Works about Greece and Italy by... Gabriele D’Annunzio Henry James John Keats Pavlos Nirvanas Plato Edith Wharton  and others.
Topics: Greece, Italy, D'Annunzio, Wharton, James, Keats, Nirvanas, Plato, non-fiction, literature, Greek...
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Separate volumes of poetry and short stories from the public domain, via Project Gutenberg.
Topics: poetry, literature, Sidney Lanier, William Carlos Williams, Dorothy Parker, Lafcadio Hearn
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A Collection of short works, most under 25 minutes long, by LibriVox volunteers over a decade.  Readers include the late, great Andy Minter and Gregg Margarite, among others.  Stories by Poe, Atherton, Stoker, Bierce (cover art), Blackwood, Crane, Lovecraft, Maupassant, and more.
Topics: horror, ghosts, demons, volunteers, LibriVox
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In this issue, a spotlight on humor. A good girl is defined by EDNA FERBER VACHEL LINDSAY takes down the Santa Fe Trail A spooky comedy from RUTH MCINERY and ALAN ARKIN shows off his gift for sci-fi
Topics: Edna Ferber, Vachel Lindsay, Ruth McInery, Alan Arkin, humor, women, ghosts, sci-fi, Santa Fe
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THE CRUCIAL FIVE A cheat-sheet for fans of film classics, from the thirties up to the present day.  Stripped to the basics, each entry (in alpha order by actor's first name) features five films that display the range of their talent, including some television films, whose careers started no later than the 1980's.  As many of these actors worked together over the years, crossover will occur.  I strived not to have any duplicate film listings; for instance, Roman Holiday shows up under Gregory...
Topics: film guide, Hollywood, indie, classic, movies
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HUSBAND AND WIFE LAW WHAT IS A KISS? FEBRUARY OUTINGS (BIRDING) FEBRUARY & MARCH (ASTRONOMY) GEORGE WASHINGTON THE NORTH-POLE BALLOONIST ON VALENTINE'S DAY SNOW-DAY FUN CAMPING ON MOUNT WILSON THE VIRGIN RACE BELINDA AND THE VULGAR NIAGARA FALLS PICNICKING UP JULINGTON YOKOHAMA NEVADA DIVORCE LAWS BY FORCE OF KARMA
Topics: Romance, marriage, divorce, February, Washington, satire, Japan, Nevada, history, camping, Niagara...
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In this issue... The patois tales of PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR Poetry from WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS & EMILY DICKINSON A short story by HERMAN MELVILLE Science fiction from BETSY CURTIS
Topics: poetry, short stories, science fiction, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Emily Dickinson, Herman Melville,...
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RANDOM 20TH CENTURY PD Black Tambourine, by Hart Crane Broken-Faced Gargoyles, by Carl Sandburg The Christmas Party, Pts 1-3, by Vita Sackville-West The Current of Fun, by Anonymous Cutups2 and DebussyCutup, by Matt Pierard Earthbound, by Lester Del Rey Junket, by Women's Institute of Cookery The Last of the Tatums, by Joel T. Rogers Literary Portrait of Heywood Broun, by Alexander Woolcott May Day, Pt 1, by F. Scott Fitzgerald Minute Mystery, by James Ripley Muhlenberg Editorial, by Robert K....
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Things Past Winter 2017 Vol 1, Iss. 4 Reviews of classic films, golden age of television, short subjects, indie music, live concerts, old time radio, assorted literature, and formerly current events.
Topics: classic film, television, short subjects, indie music, live concerts, old time radio, literature,...
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Half-Hours With Joan Eight half-hour old-time radio performances of Joan Crawford.  Hollywood Star Playhouse: January 15, 1951   "Statement In Full" Screen Directors' Playhouse: May 26, 1950   "Flamingo Road" Screen Guild Theatre: October 15, 1939  "None Shall Part Us"  Silver Theatre: May 7, 1939   "The Train Ride"  Suspense: June 2, 1949  "The Ten Years"  Suspense: March 22, 1951   "Three Lethal Words" Stars Over Hollywood:...
Topics: OTR, Joan Crawford, classic Hollywood, Screen Guild Theatre, Suspense, Stars Over Hollywood, Screen...
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In non-fiction public domain works from Biblical times to the late 1970's... Willa Cather reviews Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening' Arthur W. Clayden writes about cumulus clouds Arnold Bennett relates word of Russian/Japanese conflict Greg Beaumont gives us a look at a glacier's year Jeannette A. Marks suggests a moment of reflection Daniel G. Brinton speculates on early Florida natives Solomon Northup testifies to the cruelties of slavery M. N. Olmsted interprets Christ's teachings Edith Wharton...
Topics: Kate Chopin, cloud formations, war, Japan, Russia, glaciers, camping, slavery, Native-Americans,...
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Poetry, humor, adventure, romance, science fiction, by Guy de Maupassant, Edith Wharton, The Brothers Grimm – something for everyone in the family.
Topics: Poetry, humor, adventure, romance, science fiction
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In this issue... HENRY JAMES tells a story, while poets RUPERT BROOKE, OSCAR WILDE, & VACHEL LINDSAY wax romantic.  HECTOR 'SAKI' MUNRO adds a bit of zippy macabre, followed by future Harvey Milk speechwriter FRANK M. ROBINSON's bit of science fiction thriller.
Topics: Henry James, Rupert Brooke, Oscar Wilde, Vachel Linsay, Saki, Frank M. Robinson, poetry, melodrama,...
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An assortment of public domain women's literature: poetry, short stories, and non-fiction.
Topics: women, public domain, literature, poetry, short stories, non-fiction, Lola Ridge, Dorothy Canfield,...
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PD Weekly, Vol. 2, Iss. 3 Girls Matter ALICE DUNBAR takes a look at New Orleans' Creoles on holiday A selection of great WOMEN POETS A pair of teens in 1950's NYC fall in love, as told by EMILY NEVILLE ANN GRIFFITH lays down a special kind of law.
Topics: Alice Dunbar, Amy Lowell, Hilda Doolittle, Lola Ridge, Emily Neville, Ann Griffith, Creoles, New...
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Short stories, two one-act plays, and four poems.  Mystery, sci-fi, satire, and drama.
Topics: Mystery, sci-fi, satire, drama, one-act play, poetry
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Jack London's short story about an old prospector in the ragtime-era American West and his search for the mother lode.  From Project Gutenberg's Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories .
Topics: Jack London, prospecting, gold miners, American West, short stories, twist endings
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PUBLIC DOMAIN NON-FICTION AUTUMN 2017 THE BLACK VOTE OF 1901, BY JOHN HOPE LORENZO DE’ MEDICI, BY OLIPHANT SMEATON BRITISH PANTO, BY ETHEL ALEC-TWEEDIE SHELL-SHOCK, BY ERNEST JONES NATIVE AMERICANS, BY KENNETH MACGOWAN VEGETARIAN NOTES, BY MAUD RUSSELL SHARPE JUDICIAL POWERS, BY FRANCIS NEWTON THORPE MEMORY CODES, BY WILLIAM EMER MILLER EARLY 20’S LITERATURE, BY CARL VAN DOREN AUTUMNAL SUGGESTIONS, BY DALLAS LORE SHARP
Topics: Politics, law, pantomime, science, native tribes, shell-shock, memory, literature, autumn, the...
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Public domain non-fic covers everything from insects to signers of the US Declaration of Independence.
Topics: non-fiction, science, American history, travel, autobiography, The West Indies
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Works of horror from the 19th century slide into to the science fiction of the 20th.
Topics: horror, science fiction, women, literature
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In this issue... ROBERT BENCHLEY with a timely satire on war The Bard and beyond in this week's POETRY CORNER A short work by ALICE RUTH MOORE and science fiction from KEITH LAUMER.
Topics: Satire, short stories, sci-fi, Robert Benchley, Alice Dunbar Nelson, Keith Laumer, Shakespeare,...
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EL REY BURGUES, by Rubén Darío THE MISTAKE OF THE MACHINE, by G. K. Chesterton THE CLUB-FOOTED GROCER, by Arthur Conan Doyle THE VICAR-GENERAL, by Francis Clement Kelley 船房夜話 (Nautilus), by Kafu Nagai A POETESS, By Mary E. Wilkins SLEEPY JOHN, by Josef Baudi THE BLUE HOTEL, by Stephen Crane THE MYSTERIOUS PORTRAIT, By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol CAFFIARD - DEUS EX MACHINA, by Guy Wetmore Carryl WOMEN – A PROSE POEM, By Meyer Blinkin THE MANGO-SEED, by Katharine F. Gerould
Topics: International, Spanish, Japanese, English, Ruben Dario, Stephen Crane, Gogol, Chesterton, Gerould,...
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This anthology of world literature is dedicated both to the incoming leader of the free world (who I hear doesn't read books) and the founder of Internet Archive, who seeks to save said treasure in a Canadian mirror site for the duration.  The focus is on soul-saving, or uplifting literature -- from religious texts to noted presidential inaugural addresses of the past.  Poetry, drama, and fiction fill it out.
Topics: history, literature, faith, poetry, drama, non-fiction, Aristophanes, Shakespeare, Moliere,...
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In this issue.... ANNE REEVE ALDRICH writes about writers writing, while the hero of ALEXANDER PUSHKIN's romance falls for a rustic beauty.  BRANDER MATTHEWS and other poets sing to their lady-loves, while EDGAR ALLAN POE remembers the good ol' days.
Topics: Anne Reeve Aldrich, Alexander Pushkin, Brander Matthews, Edgar Allan Poe, humor, romance, young...
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9 short stories of 9 different women, by Matt Pierard.  Creative Commons Non-Commercial copyright 2017.
Topics: women, girls, romance, humor, drama, social issues
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Stories by Men , including one lady having to pose as a man just to get her rousing tales of manly man-ness published.  Also Jack London, Henry James, Saki, and a couple of other real dudes.
Topics: men, literature, 19th Century, Americana, British, early 20th Century, public domain, Saki, Jack...
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Non-fiction public domain articles in English, French, and Spanish.
Topics: science, history, languages, patois, French, Spanish
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In this issue... Some of our greatest playwrights just happened to be... PLATO, MARLOWE, WILDE, and MAUGHAM. ;)
Topics: Drama, comedy, politics, Plato, Christopher Marlowe, Edward II, Oscar Wilde, romance, W. Somerset...
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PD Weekly, Volume 1, Issue 5 Baseball Number Humor from P. G. WODEHOUSE PHINEAS THAYER honors Casey At the Bat Wry commentary by HEYWOOD BROUN and DONALD COLVIN brings baseball to outer space!
Topics: Baseball, Kandinsky, Wodehouse, Thayer, Broun, Colvin, sci-fi, humor, poetry
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OTR 50 - Mostly Half-Hours One each of some of the most popular half-hour (or less) shows -- drama, comedy, detective, sci-fi, horror, western, non-fiction, and variety -- from the 1930's to the 1950's.  If you're new to old-time radio, you'll find that little has changed in television and film.  Dumb blondes like My Friend Irma still exist on shows like Two Broke Girls; the cops of the Law & Order franchise are equivalent to Phillip Marlowe, Candy Matson, and Dragnet; the satire of Fred...
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In this issue, classic film reviews, a sampling of the journals of WWI nurse Helen Mackay, a review of Feud: Bette and Joan, tributes to director Archie Mayo and leading lady Marian Marsh, links to finds on Internet Archive and other public domain providers, and a selection of early musical comedy scores by the likes of Jerome Kern, Victor Herbert, and others.
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A GENTLE GHOST, by Mary E. Wilkins CLAY, by James Joyce THE BEST SAUCE, by P. G. Wodehouse THE APPARITION, by Guy de Maupassant EMERALD, by A. Kuprin THE SOUL OF LAPLOSHKA, by Saki VIGNETTES FROM A LIFE OF TWO MONTHS, by Dorothy Canfield THE COUNT AND THE WEDDING GUEST, by O. Henry LEGEND OF THE NEWSPAPER, by Alice Ruth Moore THE MARSEILLAISE, by Leonid Andreyev THE FOSTER-CHILD OF THE DEER, by Frank Hamilton Cushing
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Ten half-hours old-time radio programs starring Rosalind Russell. Drama, comedy, history, and... suspense! The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. April 21, 1940."Ninotchka".  The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. March 30, 1941. "His Girl Friday".  The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre. November 9, 1942."Take A Letter, Darling".  The Lady Esther Screen Guild Theatre. October 18, 1943."My Sister Eileen". The Cavalcade Of America. September 18, 1944. "Hymn From The...
Topics: old-time radio, Rosalind Russell, Screen Guild Theatre, Cavalcade of America, Hallmark Playhouse,...
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Frugal Vegetarian Cooking is perfect for people trying to feed themselves on a tight budget.  If you're a meat-eater, you can add what you can afford to some of these dishes, substituting it for cabbage, potatoes, or other base foods. 
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Topics: Vegetarian, low-cost, frugal, recipes, low-sodium, heart-healthy, low-calorie, fruit, vegetables,...
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In this issue... A short story by BOOTH TARKINGTON CONRAD AIKEN's poetry cycle Sci-fi from RUTH L WAINWRIGHT and HARRY STEIN's 40's pulp detective tale
Topics: humor, science fiction, pulp detective fiction, theater, silent film, Tarkington, Aiken
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A couple of people suggested that I write a novel, so this is the result, though it's more of a novella, or a prototype for a niche video series.  I prefer writing short stories, so this is actually a series of them linked by a common theme, like Mary Wilkins Freeman's small-town profile collections.  "Unalike - Tales From An Other Earth" is influenced  partly by Levin's "This Perfect Day", Le Guin's "The Dispossessed", and Atwood's "The Handmaid's...
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In this issue... P. G. WODEHOUSE SF POETRY 1940 FANNIE HURST ALICE BROWN
Topics: Humor, romance, science fiction, P. G. Wodehouse, Alice Brown, Fannie Hurst, poetry
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Poets featured in this issue : Anne Bradstreet Guiot De Dijon Antoine-Vincent Arnault Josephin Soulary Arthur Rimbaud D. H. Lawrence Elizabeth Barrett Browning Helen Hay Clark Ashton Smith Walter De La Mare Alan Seeger W. Beatty-Kingston Li Po Vidyapati Paul Fort Claude McKay Richard W. Griswold Harry Kemp Anonymous William Barnes Gaspar Melchor De Jovellanos Sidney Lanier Mary Gilmore
Topics: Poetry, international, French, India, Australia, America, China, Great Britain, Spain,...
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Public domain poetry up to the early 20's, some with a May theme.
Topics: Poetry, Barrett-Browning, Williams, Verlaine, Jenkins, Rosenfeld, Teasdale, Lord Tennyson
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A tribute to America's greatest poet.
Topics: Walt Whitman, Americana, poetry, history, memoirs, Leaves of Grass
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Short public domain works by European authors in their native languages.
Topics: Europe, literature, public domain, non-fiction
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Public domain short stories, poetry, and non-fiction by male writers up to the 1950's.
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PUBLIC DOMAIN NON-FICTION, APRIL 2017 THE SECONDARY PAINTERS OF IMPRESSIONISM, by Camille Mauclair JOHN LAMBERT, by Encyclopaedia Britannica 1911 ENGLISH TRAITS. By Ralph Waldo Emerson VEGETABLE PLANTS IN THE HOUSE, by Eben E. Rexford PETUNIAS, by Mrs. M. D. Wellcome FRUIT-AND-VEGETABLE SALADS, by Anonymous THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, by Anonymous JOHN STUART MILL:  1879, by Georg Brandes TURNING THIRTY, by Heywood Broun POTTERY AND BASKET MAKING TRADITIONAL, by Hattie Greene Lockett THE...
Topics: Gandhi, French Impressionism, Australia, WWII Pacific, film-making, symphony orchestra,...
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PD SHORT STORIES – MARCH 2017 THE HOME-COMING by Rabindranath Tagore SPRINGTIME À LA CARTE, by O. Henry A MOONLIGHT FABLE, by H. G. Wells LIBBIE MARSH'S THREE ERAS, by Elizabeth Gaskell THE GROWING MASKINONGE, by A. Paul Gardiner JULIE DE POOPINAC, by Noël Coward PRINCE ROMAN, by Joseph Conrad GHITZA, by Konrad Bercovici MR. MARMADUKE AND THE MINISTER, by Wilkie Collins THE LITTLE GOVERNESS, by Katherine Mansfield
Topics: literature, humor, drama, romance, family, Tagore, Wells, Gaskell, Conrad, Mansfield
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In this issue, a salute to Eastern Asia: Late Yale prof K. ASAKAWA gives us the roots of Japan from 19th Century Siam, ANNA LEONOWENS spills the beans RIHAKU is translated by Ezra Pound Some commentary on China by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM and a tale of Japanese fantasy from YEI THEODORA OZAKI
Topics: Japan, China, Siam, Anna Leonowens, Rihaku, Asakawa, Maugham, Ozaki, Ezra Pound, fantasy, history,...
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In this issue... Wilkie Collins Four Poets Susan Glaspell George O. Smith
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A selection of 15 public domain tales by women – some famous, some not-so-famous -- from the mid-19 th  to mid 20 th  centuries that range from the sentimental to the humorous, from horror to old-fashioned romance, from the city to the country, and even to outer space. A FIELD, by Minnie Stichter THAT'S MARRIAGE, by Edna Ferber FROM ACROSS THE HALL, by Dorothy Canfield THE DIAMOND BROOCHES, by Mary R. Shipman Andrews THE SCULPTOR'S FUNERAL, by Willa Cather HAND AND HEART, by Mrs....
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PUBLIC DOMAIN FIRST CHAPTERS IN SPANISH DOMINIO PÚBLICO PRIMEROS CAPÍTULOS EN ESPAÑOL La Hermana San Sulpicio, de Armando Palacio Valdés Amaury, de Alexandre Dumas Cádiz, de Benito Pérez Galdós  Cuentos de Amor de Locura y de Muerte, de Horacio Quiroga El Deseo, de Hermann Sudermann Entre Naranjos, de Vicente Blasco Ibáñez Juanita La Larga, de Juan Valera La Gloria De Don Ramiro, de Enrique Larreta Lázaro, de Jacinto Octavio Picón Un Viaje de Novios, de Emilia Pardo Bazán
Topics: Spanish literature, translations into Spanish, Espanol, first chapters
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PD Weekly, Volume 1, Issue 6 Australia to Spain and back again.
Topics: Henry Lawson, Louise Bogan, Blasco Ibanez, Spanish literature, Australian literature, American...
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Volume 2, Issue 1 of PD Weekly features... Whimsical detective fiction from ELLIS PARKER BUTLER EUNICE TIETJENS' poem from the May 31, 1919 issue of  The Dial The quintessential 19th century mother's story by MARY W. FREEMAN and KRIS NEVILLE turns the tables in a sci-fi tale.
Topics: Ellis Parker Butler, Irish dialect humor, detectives, cats, Eunice Tietjens, poetry, Walt Whitman,...
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PD WEEKLY VOL 1, ISS 1 Profile of and stories by JACK LONDON. Article by AMY LOWELL with poetry. A short story by HONORÉ DE BALZAC A sci-fi tale from FRITZ LEIBER
Topics: Non-fiction, short stories, essays, poetry, science fiction, fine art, online magazine, etext,...
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In this issue... Observant WWI-era essays by HELEN MACKAY An early short story by CONRAD RICHTER A RAY BRADBURY editorial, and poetry from his first sf magazine. GUY DE MAUPASSANT rounds things up with a sly mystery.
Topics: WWI, essays, science fiction, mystery, drama, Bradbury, Maupassant
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Fiction and non-fiction works by women writers found on Internet Archive.  Half the writers (King, Wilkins, Delafield, & Barnes) have other works on Project Gutenberg, but these excerpts have yet to be processed.  Details are in the book. THE DOMINANT STRAIN By Katharine Fullerton Gerould pg 2 THE INSTITUT MIMI By Grace King pg 30 FADE IN By Mildred Cram pg 41 THE GARDEN'S PLACE IN CIVILIZATION, by Grace Tabor pg 59 VALERIA AND OWEN QUENTILLIAN, by E. M. Delafield pg 63 IMAGES AND SYMBOLS...
Topics: Women, literature, journalism, Grace King, E. M. Delafield, Djuna Barnes, Grace Tabor, Katharine...